Minsk. August 11. INTERFAX – the Investigative Committee has charged to the Russian priest who tried to take two Belarusians in Saint Petersburg for prostitution.
“The priest was charged under part 1 of article 14, paragraph 2 of article 171 of the criminal code of Belarus (the use of prostitution by another person, combined with the export outside the state persons for prostitution – if),” – according to SK of Belarus.
According to the Ministry, the priest imprisoned. He faces imprisonment for up to 10 years.
The investigative Committee of Belarus reported about the detention of priest from Vitebsk Russia in the beginning of the week, he is suspected of attempting to take women in Petersburg as a “living product”.
“It is established that the inhabitant of Leningrad region, born in 1978, in the territory of Vitebsk, by persuasion and promises, tried to export to St. Petersburg for prostitution two inhabitants of Vitebsk. Bring your intent to end he could not, as on August 3, after 17 hours was detained by employees of internal Affairs bodies. The suspect, along with 20-year and 30-year-old women were arrested near the bus station in Vitebsk at the time of boarding the bus that was heading to the city of Saint-Petersburg”, said the Committee.
The Deputy head of the Synodal Department for Church and society and the media, Vakhtang Kipshidze, said Monday that the priest Nikolai Kireyev and the time of the investigation will be banned in the Ministry.